Chess Clock - A simple chess clock for mobile phones written in Java.
· Two count down timers
· Configurable game length
· Optional time increment per move (Fischer time control)
· Optional sound
· Trivial user interface
· Big clumsy numbers so that grandpa can also play
· Optional upside down display of black's clock
· Setting the time limits is not enabled in the demo version.
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Requirements:· MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.0
Supported operating systems:
Java ME, Java Nokia 240x320, Java SE 240x320
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